Furukawa Rock Drill Expects to Maintain Market Presence Through its Advanced Quality Breakers

Furukawa Rock Drill India expects to retain business amidst sluggish sales through offering advanced quality hydraulic rock breakers and drill machines that economize total cost of operations. Mr. Hirohito Satoh, MD, Furukawa Rock Drill India Pvt Ltd said, "The brand image of our hydraulic drill machines and breakers is its cost competitiveness. Operating and maintaining our hydraulic drills is not complicated. Furukawa Rock Drill products make work more efficient and help reduce manpower needs and also contribute to improved ease of operation and safety."

He said, "We offer wide range of breakers that can be mounted on base excavator carriers between 1.5 tons and 70 tons providing at least 30% higher level of production. The design of our breakers achieves total performance and lower sound level. Lesser bolts and nuts design also makes scheduled maintenance quicker." The company does not have immediate plan to produce the rock drill and breakers in India. Furukawa and its distributors has over 100 service personnel’s to provide service support to its breakers across India. Mr. Satoh added, "Being premium products we will keep marketing our breakers to the segments where productivity is the prime consideration."
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